Ontario Releases Report to Lead the Future of Work
The Ontario government is releasing 21 recommendations from the Ontario Workforce Recovery Advisory Committee (OWRAC) on making the province the best place to live, work and raise a family. The committee delivered their interim report in the summer, which has led to the passing of first-of-their-kind changes in Canada through the Working for Workers Act, 2021, including requiring most workplaces to have a right to disconnect policy, banning businesses from using non-compete agreements, and making it easier for internationally-trained individuals to practice in their professions.
To better understand the challenges associated with the changing nature of work, the committee consulted extensively with workers, labour groups, businesses, and academics across Ontario and internationally.
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